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      08-22-2012, 11:16 PM   #1
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HPA | Burger Motorsport Oil Catch Can 135i N54

Keep Oil Out of your BMW 135i Air Intake System

It's no secret that the BMW N54 motor suffers from serious oil control problems causing oil to blow through and coat the intercooler and charge piping, gunking up intake valves and the VANOS system, lowering the effective octane, and generally degrading engine performance. The higher your boost levels the more apparent these problems become.

The solution to this problem has finally arrived. The BMS oil catch can. While there are other catch cans on the market they all fall short in various areas. Some are mounted on the hot/turbo side of the motor preventing proper vapor condensation. Others utilize hoses that are too small and runs that are too long to allow proper PCV ventilation causing internal motor / ring sealing issues. Some have insufficient or no internal baffle system while others have internal baffles systems that are too restrictive for the N54 motor. Most are simply repackaged oil catch cans from smaller / lower power motors shoe horned in to place in the N54 engine bay.

To solve these problems BMS designed their oil catch can kit from the ground up specifically for the N54 application. It features 100% CNC machining with zero welding for a precision fit and long life. The hoses exceed the OEM PCV piping in diameter and that flow rate is maintained throughout the entire oil catch can ensuring no excessive crankcase pressure buildup. The mounting location is out of the way under the cowl allowing for shorter lines, more efficient operation, and a very stealthy look. Install takes around 20 minutes, includes all required hardware, and is 100% reversible. Simply unscrew the base of the can to empty it's contents every 3-6 months.

BMS Oil Catch Can Features

Increases Air Intake Efficiency
Promotes Engine Longevity
Non-Clogging Air/Oil Separation Double Baffle
Free Flow Solid Design
Large Intake / Exhaust No Tapering Down
Stealth Mounting on Cool Side of the Motor
Anodized Black Lightweight Aluminum
Mounts Out of Sight Under the Cowl
Made in USA

Applications

2008+ E82 Coupe 135i / 1M
2006+ E90 Sedan 335i / 335xi
2006+ E91 Touring 335i / 335xi
2006+ E92 Coupe 335i / 335xi / 335is
2007+ E93 Convertible 335i / 335xi
2008-2010 E60 Sedan 535i / 535 xi

Replacement BMS Oil Catch Can Bracket Screws Available at most hardware stores:
#10-32 x 1/2" Stainless Steel

Intro Price: $179

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http://www.hpashop.com/Burger-Motors...tchcan-N54.htm
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Will this void the BMW warranty? Any idea?
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      08-22-2012, 11:27 PM   #3
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Will this void the BMW warranty? Any idea?
Any aftermarket parts you install on your BMW can potentially void your BMW warranty.
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What am I missing on your site? How is there no shipping charge or even feature to check and see how much it should be? I made it to the "place order" button and saw no shipping info...
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What am I missing on your site? How is there no shipping charge or even feature to check and see how much it should be? I made it to the "place order" button and saw no shipping info...
It must have been a web store glitch, it would have given you free shipping if there were no shipping options.

Try again...
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does the install of this interfere with any other aftermarket parts? How exactly is it connected?
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      07-16-2013, 02:02 PM   #8
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does the install of this interfere with any other aftermarket parts? How exactly is it connected?
In most cases the answer is no.

You can see the full installation instructions here to get a better idea how and where it is connected:

http://burgertuning.com/instructions/occ_install.pdf
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